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Naples and Lobotka shot down Lazio in Rome, Captain Insigne: Spalletti started a new era! – Športky.sk

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Nov 29, 2021
Naples footballer Dries Mertens (left) looks forward to scoring Source: TASR / Alessandro Garofalo / LaPresse via AP

NAPLES – SSC Napoli footballers became the leader of the Italian Serie A after a clear Sunday victory over Lazio Rome 4: 0 They have a three-point lead over the second AC Milan.

Naples decided on their triumph with three goals in the opening half hour. Dries Mertens, a club recorder, scored twice. Other accurate hits were added by Poliak Piotr Zielinski and Pepa Reina was defeated by Spaniard Fabián Ruiz from behind 16. The Slovak legionary Stanislav Lobotka also took the home team. The 27-year-old defensive midfielder played the entire match, in which the Partenopeans commemorated the year since the death of the legendary Diego Maradon. It was the first duel for Lobotka since August, in which he played the whole minute.

Naples thus corrected its appetite after last week’s 2: 3 loss to Inter Milan, the first in the current league year. For Lazio, it was the biggest loss since September 20, 2015, when he also lost to Naples 0: 5.

“I really enjoyed it, which is as important as winning. Sarri and I had a great trip, even though we didn’t win the trophy. Luciano Spalletti started a new era.” said Naples captain Lorenzo Insigne after the match. Former home coach Maurizio Sarri is currently training Lazio.

The second loss in a row was scored by the Milan AC, at home Sassuolo 1: 3 was not enough. Milan led after 22 minutes after Alessio Romagnoli’s sharp header. However, the guests responded by three minutes with Gianluca Scamacca. After half an hour, Simon Kjaer knocked the ball into his own goal and Sassuolo led 2: 1. Domenico Berardi struck a 30 meter free kick home 67 minutes into the match.

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